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Similar words: cohabitationhomo habilishabitinhabithabitathabitualhabitudehabitantMeaning: [kəʊ'hæbɪt] v. room or live together; usually said of people who are not married and live together as a couple. 
1. In Italy people hardly ever cohabit.
2. She refused to cohabit with him before the wedding.
3. Only about one in three couples who cohabit end up getting married.
4. Light and shade cohabit like life and death[], the one more vivid for the dread presence of the other.
5. They met in 1968 and began to cohabit in 1969, although they did not marry until 1978.
6. Most divorcees either remarry or cohabit with another partner.
7. And so to illuminate the unnecessary of the cohabit - obligation between mate and the state neutralism.
8. The house mouse can cohabit with man and adapts very well to urbanization.
9. Does she welcome the intruder and discuss how best they can cohabit the territory, sharing prey?
10. The same might just as well be true, however, of unmarried cohabiting couples and of couples who do not cohabit.
11. Tony was madly clung to the indifferent dressing Billie and then they cohabit.
12. Mycoplasmas are widespread in nature as conditional pathogen, which may be the unique prokaryote that can cohabit with eukaryote and interact permanently with mammalian cells.
13. It is the same whether a man eat, or drink, or cohabit, or sleep sensually.
More similar words: cohabitationhomo habilishabitinhabithabitathabitualhabitudehabitanthabituallyhabitablehabituateinhabitedhabitationinhabitantuninhabitedhabituationkick the habituninhabitableget into the habit ofa bita bit ofa bit of arehabilitatea bit thickrehabilitationuntouchabilitybit by bitmohawkbiohazardcohere
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